EA Australia has dampened the mood, the company has not paid for the trial versions.
There was a big uproar following the news that EA (not yet released with us) is available on Xbox One as well as PlayStation 4 FIFA 14 and EA Sport UFC He labeled his trial version for $ 4.99 in the online marketplace. However, the legitimate uproar of the player community was quickly dampened by the studio when it informed customers that a system error had caused the misunderstanding and of course all their demos could still be played for free. EA Australia said the bug was not on the PlayStation network and the problem has now been fixed. You still don’t know exactly what caused the error.
Fans of conspiracy theories may, of course, think that EA has made a bold attempt to see if there is a future in microtransaction, but if that were the case, it would probably be FIFA 15they would have played the thing with, not games released months ago. However, the problem nonetheless raises an interesting question: Would you pay a dollar or two for a demo?